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Kim Ransom began her second term as the state representative for House District 44 on Jan. 11. The Republican from Acres Green is a former teacher and editor. District 44 encompasses Parker, Lone … more
Dr. Michael Mignoli recalls spending eight to 15 minutes with patients during exams when he ran his small, primary care practice for 22 years. He admits to having only enough time to treat the biggest issue before moving on to the next … more
The Douglas County Board of Education has extended the contract of Interim Superintendent Erin Kane through the 2017-18 school year, meaning the school district will continue to hold off on a search … more
The memory is as vivid today as it was 41 years ago: As Cheryl Poage pulled her daughter, not quite a year old, out of her high chair, the baby flipped over Poage’s hand, landed on her head and stopped breathing. Poage immediately called an … more
Thousands of women will gather at Civic Center Park in downtown Denver and march in solidarity Jan. 21. “We need to focus on how to collaborate and be collective in going forward,” said Jessica Rogers, one of the three women who organized the … more
More than 200 attendees surrounded the statue of a tree — its leaves designed by community members and new residents with the help of an artist — and listened to Ken Jaeger, CEO and founder of MorningStar Senior Living, introduce his newest … more
Castle Rock’s local chapter of Moms/She Run This Town, a nationwide club that unites women and runners who are mothers, is looking to revamp in 2017. The club celebrated its one-year anniversary on Jan. 16. In that first year, founders Tracy … more
A purebred, 8-week-old Papillon puppy worth $1,300 was stolen from Perfect Pets in Centennial on Jan. 3. According to an Arapahoe County Sherriff's Office news release, the suspects are a man and woman in their 20s, both white with dark hair. … more
Colorado's health care exchange isn't going anywhere soon. That's the word from Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper, who told the state's 100 lawmakers in his annual state of the state address Jan. 12 that he will resist any attempt to roll back … more
Reforming Colorado's construction defects laws in order to incentivize the building of condominiums and townhomes has emerged as a priority for both Republicans and Democrats early in the legislative session. State Senate President Kevin … more
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